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a. had tried b. has tried c. have been trying d. try 23. The government has introduced .................... a. a children's clothes tax b. a tax on children clothes c. a children clothes tax d. a tax on children's clothes. 24. .................. the most popular form of fiction writing. a. Novel is b. The novels is c. The novels are d. Novels are 25. We need the house .................. 158
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BTTH Mai Lan Hương lớp 10 trọn bộ 16 unit a. to be redecorating b. redecoratin g c. is redecorated d. to redecorate IV. Identify the one underlined word or phrase - A, B, C or D - that must be changed for the sentence to be correct. 26. She asked .me what did I think of the performance the previous day. A B C D 27. Snowshoes allow a person walking on snow without sinking into it because they distribute the A B C person's weight over a wide area. D 28. The French Quarter is the most famous and the most old section of New Orleans. A B C D 29. I used to do my own taxes, but now I have done them by an accountant. A B C D 30. I don't know the name of the woman whom I spoke on the phone last night. A B C D 31. When you will return home next month, we will have finished the project. A B C D 32. A twenty-one-Years old man became the second casualty yesterday when he lost control of his A B C D truck. 33.If you had taken my advice before doing the work, you would have been to do it more better A B C D 34. Because of rain or snow there are always more than fifty thousand fans at football games. A B C D 35. I wish I have a car. it would make life so much easier. A B C D V. Choose the one option – a, b, c or d – that best completes the passage. FILM MUSIC In the (36) … ........... days of the cinema, before sound was introduced, silent films were (37) ........... by a pianist, or even a small orchestra playing in the cinema itself. One reason for this was to cover up the noise of the projector. However, a more important role was to provide (38) ........... for what was going on in the film and (39) … ........... the audience through the story. Different kinds of music were associated with different situations, such as fights, chases, roman- tic scenes and so on. Music was also used to identify the geographical location or historical (40) ........... of the story. In addition, individual characters often had their own tune, which could also (41)… ........... what sort person they were. Music added something extra to what was happening on the flat screen. It could create atmosphere and (42) … ........... the involvement of the audience one moment encouraging them to relax, the next developing a (43) … ........... of tension. And all this was done without any words being spoken. Audiences at that time would have been (44) … ........... with the musical language connected with the traditions of popular theatre, and many of these were transferred to the new medium of the cinema. Today, (45) … ........... the films produced may be technically very different from before, much of musical history still remains.
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